Cage Warriors is well established across the globe as a promotion known for signing a slew of international talents. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet two intriguing international prospects looking to spice up European MMA with a touch of flare.
Brian Bouland – A professional since March 2012 and representing Red Kings MMA, Brian Bouland owns a 7-1 record in eight career bouts comprised of four knockouts and three decisions. Bouland is currently 2-0 under the Cage Warriors banner and has also competed for BCMMA. In his MMA debut at Ultimate Takedown 4, he defeated Omar Samb via TKO in the first round. Then Bouland defeated Mitchell Cadeau via unanimous decision. He also defeated his next two opponents via decision in Micheal Kanguichiev and Aslan Gunoyev. In his lone appearance with BCMMA at BCMMA 14, Bouland defeated Jamie Pritchard via TKO in the third round. In his Cage Warriors debut at Cage Warriors 86 he faced Irish submission specialist Darren O’ Gorman and knocked him out in the second round. For his second outing with Cage Warriors, Bouland faced Welshman Josh Reed in the main event of Cage Warriors 91 and knocked him out in round one. In the main event of Cage Warriors 94 on June 16, Bouland will seek to capture the Cage Warriors bantamweight title when he battles Spanish submission specialist Ilia Topuria. Good luck Brian!
Nathan Greyson – A professional since December 2011 and representing Team Titan under head coach Brad Pickett, Nathan Greyson owns a 6-2 record in eight career bouts with all six of his professional wins coming via knockout. Greyson is the current Cage Warriors flyweight champion. He has also competed for UCMMA. In his MMA debut at UCMMA 25 The Beatdown, Greyson defeated Steve Brazier via TKO in round one. He also defeated his next two opponents via TKO in Paul Kingdon and Malcolm Richardson. At UCMMA 51, Greyson defeated Serghei Morari via TKO. He also defeated Jack Lambe via TKO in round two at UCMMA 52. In his Cage Warriors debut at Cage Warriors 92 Super Saturday, Greyson took on Sam Creasey and knocked him out in round three to capture the Cage Warriors flyweight title. With all six of his wins coming via knockout the Cage Warriors flyweight division definitely has someone to dread!